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Sailing and Canoeing Association Camp
2nd June 2022 - 5th June 2022
Jubilee weekend ‘on the water’ camping and breakfast at BTAC
Please note this is not a open public event, it is for members of previously booked groups to return to the site for a joint celebration weekend. (Groups including DCA, OCA, HBBR, OCSG, AYRS and others) For more information or to enquire if your group is on the booking list please email email@example.com
The site opens at 12 noon on Thursday and closes at 8.30am on Monday. (the site must be cleared by 9.30am at the latest)
The price is £7.50 per person per night in own tents or £20 for a van per night with a max of two people in (only 4 van spaces available booked on first come first serve basis)
BTAC tents spaces (shared up to 4 people) cost £21 per head per night (including breakfast) – bring pillow & sleeping bag, we provide bed, mattress & blankets (plus £12.50 supplement for single occupancy)
Breakfast (Full English or variations of) is available to anyone on staying on site on Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings only, costing £8.50 (included in BTAC tent bookings) and need to be booked in advance.
Evening meals not available on site but there are pubs locally.
Booking should be made directly to Di using the booking form for weekend meets found on our website https://www.btac-services.co.uk/rallies-club-visits/ and emailing it to firstname.lastname@example.org payment can either be via PayPal, BACS or cheque.
Day visitors pay £3.50 per person per day which will allow them to park one car and launch from site and use the toilets.
Water usage is done at your own risk, using your own equipment and safety cover is not provided by the centre.
Launching – our slipway has a max 18ft LOA limit and boats should be planned to be hand launched. If you cannot hand-launch, you may NOT take your own car down to the slipway but can book one of our team if available to drive the tractor at a charge of £2 per launch or recovery. Bigger boats can be launched at Cox’s boatyard by arrangement.
All boats will need an additional Broads Authority Tolls paid directly to the Broads Authority – see www.broads-authority.gov.uk
This toll applies to canoes and paddle boards as well, unless you are British canoeing member carrying your membership card.
As the centre is a school education site, dogs may only be brought by pre agreement only (limited number), must be kept on a lead and under control at all time and any mess cleared up afterwards. The duty manager reserves the right on behalf of BTAC to ask dog owners to leave, if any dog is considered to be a nuisance, barking, is left unattended on site or is not kept on a lead, without any refund of camp fees paid.